The evolution of this board this season has been entertaining, to say the least. As we trundle off into the future, the internet has become so much of the Cowboy and NFL experience, it has changed the dynamics of watching this sport. Gone are the days of reading every newspaper and waiting for Sports Illustrated, which was always a week behind. There is a lot less chatting around the water cooler, and a lot more digitally arguing with people you couldn't pick out of a photo. So when one side of the yin and yang coin has now morphed into accepting what is being displayed on the field and finding it something to cheer about, it makes me wonder. Bottom line is this. The Process means there could be more years, and that is multiple, of waiting for a return to being relevant. As Opie stumbles through his day trying to figure out his job, we watch and wait, some more patiently than others. This is why I am anxious, and no amount of "don't care, we won," will soothe my angst. Father Time is walking behind Romo in a race that Romo will not win. Is this season an aberration? Maybe. Certainly that display of taking the team on his shoulders and winning the game yesterday was just like so many we've seen over the Romo tenure. But the first half was littered with miscues, and not all of them were the fault of the WR's. Romo was sailing passes, throwing short, and as accurate as a game of horseshoes. So I'm just posing this question. What if this is the first signs of his decline? Subtle, almost unnoticeable, but to be sure the beginning of the end. Now think on that, and factor in The Process. Because none of us truly know when Jerry will pull his head out and make a move to fix the offensive line, or get another great receiver to move Austin to the slot where he belongs. Or Opie puts together a game plan that keeps the defense reeling because they cannot figure it out. As much as we argue over what we see now, and its importance, there is one thing that is not static in this argument. Romo is aging. And that is supremely significant. Witten is aging. Not as big a deal, but a big deal nonetheless. How much time does the team truly have factoring in the snail's pace of The Process versus Father Time? So when you are pleased with a team that is consistently mediocre, how long will it stay even at that level when the eye of the storm is growing a long gray beard before our eyes? Something to ponder that has zip to do with the Rosebud attitude or the Negative attitude.